Cancer Care Ontario,.

Breast Cancer Incidence Rates Expected To Remain Stable In Future.

At head of title: Ontario cancer facts Includes bibliographical references. 'From 2013 to 2029, the incidence rates for breast cancer are projected to remain stable. However, the number of new breast cancer cases diagnosed is expected to continue increasing, reaching an estimated high of 14,500 in 2029. Age is the most important risk factor for breast cancer, so this increase is primarily due to population growth and aging.'--P. 1. Archived by the Ontario Legislative Library: Nov. 28, 2016.

Cancer in the Métis People of Ontario

'The purpose of this report is to enhance our knowledge of cancer risk in the Métis people of Ontario in support of informed decision-making and policy actions to reduce cancer burden. The report presents the prevalence of key, evidence-based factors that impact cancer risk, including tobacco, alcohol and cancer screening uptake.'--Executive Summary. Archived by the Ontario Legislative Library: Jan. 13, 2016.

Cancer in the Métis People of Ontario

'The purpose of this report is to enhance our knowledge of cancer risk in the Métis people of Ontario in support of informed decision-making and policy actions to reduce cancer burden. The report presents the prevalence of key, evidence-based factors that impact cancer risk, including tobacco, alcohol and cancer screening uptake.'--Executive Summary. Archived by the Ontario Legislative Library: Jan. 13, 2016.

Cancers related to excess body weight on the rise in Ontario.

At head of title: Ontario cancer facts Includes bibliographical references. 'In Ontario, incidence rates, or rates of new cases, for several cancers associated with excess body weight (overweight and obesity) have been rising in parallel with obesity rates. Excess body weight is responsible for a substantial burden of cancer in the province.'--Page 1. Subject(s): Cancer - Ontario - Prevention., Obesity - Health aspects - Ontario., Body weight - Ontario., Obesity - Ontario. Archived by the Ontario Legislative Library: Jan. 19, 2016.

Cancers related to excess body weight on the rise in Ontario.

At head of title: Ontario cancer facts Includes bibliographical references. 'In Ontario, incidence rates, or rates of new cases, for several cancers associated with excess body weight (overweight and obesity) have been rising in parallel with obesity rates. Excess body weight is responsible for a substantial burden of cancer in the province.'--Page 1. Subject(s): Cancer - Ontario - Prevention., Obesity - Health aspects - Ontario., Body weight - Ontario., Obesity - Ontario. Archived by the Ontario Legislative Library: Jan. 19, 2016.

Cervical Screening

'Evidence-based Series 15-9'. 'Original Report Date: May 20, 2005'. 'Current Report Date: October 5, 2011'. Includes bibliographical references. 'The Ontario Cervical Screening Program (OCSP) is currently being relaunched to incorporate an organized call and recall component. This relaunch has necessitated a review of evidence related to the research questions listed above and an update of the relevant portions of the Program in Evidence-based Care (PEBC) May 2005 guideline Cervical Screening'--Introduction.

Clinical Guidance

'June 14, 2016'. Accompanied by: Summary, Questions and Answers. 'The purpose of this document is to provide evidence-informed clinical best practices for healthcare providers involved in the provision of colposcopy services in Ontario. The goal of this Colposcopy Clinical Guidance document is to optimize the quality of colposcopy services for eligible women with an abnormal cervical screening test...'--Executive summary.

Clinical Guidance

'June 14, 2016'. Accompanied by: Summary, Questions and Answers. 'The purpose of this document is to provide evidence-informed clinical best practices for healthcare providers involved in the provision of colposcopy services in Ontario. The goal of this Colposcopy Clinical Guidance document is to optimize the quality of colposcopy services for eligible women with an abnormal cervical screening test...'--Executive summary.

Clinical Guidance. Questions and Answers.

'June 14, 2016'. Accompanied by: Summary, Questions and Answers. 'The purpose of this document is to provide evidence-informed clinical best practices for healthcare providers involved in the provision of colposcopy services in Ontario. The goal of this Colposcopy Clinical Guidance document is to optimize the quality of colposcopy services for eligible women with an abnormal cervical screening test...'--Executive summary.

Clinical Guidance. Questions and Answers.

'June 14, 2016'. Accompanied by: Summary, Questions and Answers. 'The purpose of this document is to provide evidence-informed clinical best practices for healthcare providers involved in the provision of colposcopy services in Ontario. The goal of this Colposcopy Clinical Guidance document is to optimize the quality of colposcopy services for eligible women with an abnormal cervical screening test...'--Executive summary.

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